This year is one big experiment to see how many WFH outfits we can create and get away with while working. I find that it’s fairly easy to make Sotela work for your at home needs because all of our garments are comfortable. They were designed for your everyday needs, which now includes lounging and working from home.
I have found that with certain additions to my closet, I have elevated my work-from-home game. Since March, I’ve invested in leggings, sweatpants, and slippers. These new items paired with my current Sotela garments have made staying at home better. In order to feel my best, I have to shower and get ready in the mornings, even if that means wearing cute sweatpants.
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I am aware that most of my outfits now involve leggings, but that is the reality of 2020, right? I don’t work from home full time, but if I did, this outfit would be number one. The cropped Rio sweater pairs so well with leggings and elevates the entire WFH vibe.
This is the year I invested into comfortable clothing and shoes for my home. These Mate the Label pants are my first sweatpant purchase of the year and I’m so happy with them. All of my current sweatpants are from high school so it was time for an upgrade. Pair your sweatpants with a button-up shirt, and you have the ultimate zoom on top outfit.
The Granada dress is the elevated robe you didn’t think you needed. I paired it with bike shorts so I didn’t have to button it all the way down. Leaving it open allows me to have more movement when I get up from the couch and walk to the kitchen.
Oh yeah, I joined the Arq train this year. Arq makes some of the coziest and comfortable underwear in all the land. They are full coverage and I mean super full coverage (ha) and feel like butter on your skin. I wear their cropped tank often and is the perfect amount of sexy. Paired with my Ryan trousers, this outfit is minimal and comfortable.